bicolor

[bahy-kuhl-er]
adjective
1.
Also, bicolored;, especially British, bicoloured. having two colors: a bicolor flower.
noun
2.
a flag divided into two major areas of color.
Also, especially British, bicolour.


Origin:
1860–65; < Latin; see bi-1, color

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bicolour, (US) bicoloured, (US) bicolor or (US) bicolored (ˈbaɪˌkʌlə)
 
adj
two-coloured
 
bicoloured, (US) bicoloured, (US) bicolor or (US) bicolored
 
adj
 
bicolor, (US) bicoloured, (US) bicolor or (US) bicolored
 
adj
 
bicolored, (US) bicoloured, (US) bicolor or (US) bicolored
 
adj

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The best types of sweet corn for chowder are the hearty yellow or bicolor varieties.
Bicolor lespedeza was introduced primarily to provide legume food and cover to popular game animals.
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